Last month, I was browsing the isles at Michael’s when I stumbled across bell jars for 75% off. I instantly grabbed one, and contemplated grabbing two. But decided to just grab the one in hopes I would have time to make something out of it. I also grabbed some filler, a cute little snowman ornament and a beautiful miniature tree. I knew I could make something with all those contents. I waited way too long to get to this easy nap-time craft. I actually did this right before Sarah from While They Snooze came over for a mid-week lunch date! I think this took all but 10 minutes to put together and I love how my DIY Snowman Bell Jar turned out!
- Glass Bell Jar
- Snowman Ornament
- Miniature pine tree
- Tree filler
- Glue Dots
- Snowflake confetti
- Painted Candle Stick
First, you’ll want to cut off the ornament hanger and tags for the snowman.
Then place a glue dot on the ornament and tree. This makes it less permanent incase you want to change this up with a new scene every holiday (which I’m planning to do).
Using jewelry pliers I cut a few pieces of the filler.
I placed the filler in between the snowman and tree.
I added in a glitter pine cone.
And then a little “snow”.
I placed the glass top over the scene and displayed it!
I love how it turned out! And best of all I used the painted candlestick from the birdcage project I made earlier in the year!
Super simple craft done during a nap time and just before a lunch date with my friend!